#ZabarmariMassacre: Killing 43 farmers comparable to wiping out whole federal cabinet – Senator

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Senator for Kaduna Central in the 8th Senate, Shehu Sani has condemned Boko Haram’s beheading of 43 rice farmers in Zabarmari community, Jere LGA of Borno State which has been dubbed #ZabarmariMassacre on social media.

Sani, like other Nigerians, took to Twitter on Sunday morning to decry the Saturday afternoon incident.

Explaining the magnitude of #ZabarmariMassacre, he noted that the killing of 43 rice farmers in one fell swoop equated to wiping out President Muhammadu Buhari’s cabinet.

The current federal cabinet comprises 43 ministers.

He wrote, “If you wish to know or imagine what it’s like to massacre 43 people. (It) is like almost wiping out the entire Federal Cabinet.

“Or like picking one person per state including the FCT with additional 6 people representing the geopolitical zones.”

Sani, who is a human rights activist, described #ZabarmariMassacre as a “tragedy of unimaginable proportion”.

For the sake of emphasis, here are the 43 ministers with their portfolios:

Minister of Justice
Attorney General[8]
Abubakar Malami 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning Zainab Ahmed 2018–present
No image.svg Minister of Defence Bashir Salihi Magashi 2019–present
Adam-Adamu.jpg Minister of Education Adamu Adamu 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment[9] Richard Adeniyi Adebayo 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Federal Capital Territory Mohammed Musa Bello 2015–present
Ogbonnaya-Onu.png Minister of Science and Technology Ogbonnaya Onu 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Mines and Steel Development Olamilekan Adegbite 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Interior Rauf Aregbesola 2019–present
No image.svg Minister Of State for Budget and National Planning Clement Agba 2019–present
Babatunde Fashola.jpg Minister of Works and Housing Babatunde Fashola 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Sabo Nanono 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of Power Saleh Mamman 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Health Osagie Ehanire 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Women Affairs Pauline Tallen 2019–present
Minister of Niger Delta Godswill Akpabio 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed 2015–present
Minister of Environment Muhammad Mahmood 2019-present
No image.svg Minister of Water Resources Suleiman Adamu 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Youth and Sports Sunday Dare 2019–present
No image.svg Minister for Aviation Sirika Hadi 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Environment Sharon Ikeazor 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Zubair Dada 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Mines and Steel Development Ikechukwu Ogah 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Health Adeleke Mamora 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Labour and Employment Festus Keyamo 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Power Goddy Jedy Agba 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Works and Housing Abubakar D. Aliyu 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Education Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba 2015–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development Mustapha Baba Shehuri 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Niger Delta Tayo Alasoadura 2019
No image.svg Minister of Police Affairs Maigari Dingyadi 2019–present
No image.svg Minister for Communication Isa Ali Pantami 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment Maryam Katagum 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Petroleum Timipre Sylva 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Faruk 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Transportation Gbemisola Saraki 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of Special Duties and International Affairs George Akume 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Federal Capital Territory Ramatu Tijani 2019–present
No image.svg Minister of State for Science and Technology Mohammed Abdullahi 2019–present

 

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  1. Don says

    What stops the government to seek for external assistance from The US and EU. Because, our government is the chief sponsor of terrorists in Nigeria

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